Posts Tagged ‘new york’

INTRODUCING: ÉTUDES

INTRODUCING: ÉTUDES. Established in 2012, Études works as a collective that designs and produces men’s contemporary fashion, artists books, and offers its creative services. Études is based in Paris and New York. Shop Études at […]

OFF THE WALL: DOUG WHEELER ‘ENCASEMENTS’ AT DAVID ZWIRNER

Photographs courtesy of David Zwirner Two years ago we stepped into Doug Wheeler’s Untitled exhibit at David Zwirner, and now the artist is back at the gallery’s 20th street location with Encasements, a collection of […]

THE GETAWAY: UPSTATE NY BEACH HOUSE

  By Conor Riley   For the holiday weekend, I headed upstate to my parent’s Lake Ontario beach house in my hometown of Greece, NY. On 4th of July, the entire lakefront turns into one […]

THE GETAWAY: WEEKEND IN THE CATSKILLS

  By Jennifer Orlowksi   There’s no better way to start a summer in New York than a weekend away in the Catskill Mountains. Barbecuing, cocktails, and hikes on the mountain and creeks filled out […]

OFF THE WALL: FRANZ WEST AT DAVID ZWIRNER

Photographs by Luke MacMillan Austrian artist Franz West has a decade’s worth of work currently at David Zwirner, and the artist’s peculiar points of view are the centralized theme. Beginning in the 1990s, West began […]

WHAT I DID THIS WEEKEND: JENNIFER AT THE CLOISTERS + THE CATSKILLS

By Jennifer Orlowski  On Saturday I headed up to Minnewaska State Park Preserve in Kerhonkson, NY, which features waterfalls, sky lakes, and hiking through the peak of the fall foliage. This was the perfect weekend […]

WHAT I DID THIS WEEKEND: JENNIFER IN THE CATSKILLS

By Jennifer Orlowski A quick trip up to the Catskills for a Sunday afternoon hike up Kaaterskill Falls proved challenging to my survival skills when my car refused to turn on while practically teetering on […]

IN THE HOOD: SCHALLER’S

An upstate institution, Schaller’s has been serving up ground rounds (burgers) since the 1950’s on Lake Ontario in Rochester, NY. Growing up here, Schaller’s was a Friday night tradition, and to this day it always […]

OFF THE WALL: STORM KING ART CENTER

In the lower Hudson Valley, an hour 1/2 north of NYC, is Storm King Art Center: a vast outdoor sculpture park comprised of works from its permanent collection as well as rotating artists. This season […]

STUDIO SESSION: ASSEMBLY NEW YORK

Photographs by Luke Macmillan Serving as the Assembly New York home office, founder Greg Armas’ living space, and home to the artwork of Will Squibb-Vonnegut, and Malu Byrne, there’s something to see at every turn […]

OFF THE WALL: AS ABOVE/SO BELOW AT BRIAN MORRIS GALLERY

Opening exhibit photographs by Courtney Harvier Additional photographs courtesy of Brian Morris Gallery “As Above/So Below” at the Brian Morris Gallery in the LES showcases the work of two distinctly different sculptural artists, Carol Salmanson […]

WEEKEND: NEW YORK’S ALRIGHT 2014

Words and Photographs by Lena Einbinder This weekend was the annual punk festival “New York’s Alright” where over 30 punk and hardcore bands from Osaka to L.A. congregated to machinate the heavy feedback and distortion […]

RECAP: KUNST! AT VERBOTEN

NYC was out in full-force on Saturday night for Susanne Bartsch + Dreamhouse’s new Brooklyn party KUNST! at Verboten in North Williamsburg. The massive former metal shop was packed with familiar faces, and the rainy […]

OFF THE WALL: MATTHEW STONE ‘UNCONDITIONAL LOVE’

Words and photographs by Conor Riley and Leslie Puett London based artist Matthew Stone’s incomprehensible sensibility strikes again with Unconditional Love, his third solo show at The Hole Gallery. The fluidity of his new work reigns […]

OAK RECOMMENDS: FIXED AT LE BAIN 03.21.14

JDH & Dave P bring one of our favorite NYC parties back to Le Bain this Friday night, and the OAK Crew will be there holding it down like only we know how. Come through […]

IN THE HOUSE: PETER B. STAPLES

Peter B. Staples is a screenwriter and muse. He assists NYC designers and stylists like BCALLA and Love Bailey and is currently working on a feature about sex, death, and bad behavior. He is also featured […]

IN THE HOOD: LOWER EAST SIDE – CHEEKY SANDWICHES

Not only are the sandwiches at Cheeky Sandwiches delicious, the hospitality at the LES stop is some of the best in town. Owner Din Yates was there to serve us up the classic fried chicken with […]

OAK SEEKS DESIGN INTERNS

As we head into a new season, we’re looking for passionate and organized interns to join our design division. Duties will include assisting department heads, creating and organizing line sheets, archiving samples and fabrics, and […]

MIXED MEDIUM: ERIC GOTTSHALL’S HELMET SERIES

For this edition of Mixed Medium, we’re looking at the work of artist Eric Gottshall, and specifically his Helmet Series. Eric is the son of photographer Jon Gottshall ad art eccentric Cindy Silveira. Based in […]

RECAP: WRECKED

This weekend we kept it in Brooklyn and hit up Wrecked on Saturday for the party’s final night at Breadbox (the basement of the now closed Monk), and last event until they secure a new […]

OFF THE WALL: DAVID LACHAPELLE LAND SCAPE

There’s no Lil’ Kim painted in Louis Vuitton print, and no Amanda Lepore snorting lines of diamonds, but David LaChapelle’s Land Scape exhibit – freshly opened at Paul Kasmin Gallery – is still distinctly “LaChapelle.” Consisting […]

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